New Mobile Communication Bands up to 3800 MHz
As new mobile applications debut, there is a steadily increasing need for greater bandwidth and faster transmission. The Internet of Things (IoT) poses enormous requirements in terms of capacity, data rates and latency times, and this is only the beginning. More mobile communication frequencies are essential. 5G is laying the foundation for this growth, and the new frequency range extending up to 3800 Mhz is the first milestone.
Low PIM More Important Than Ever
At least, that is the theory. To successfully put it into practice, new products are also required: products that are able to use the new frequency range up to 3800 MHz and ensure problem-free RF transmission. The biggest challenge here is that, as the number of frequencies transmitted over a shared medium grows, so does the risk of passive intermodulation (PIM). Current mobile communication systems already send three or four bands together, and the already considerable risk of problems increases with each additional frequency. Even if the transmission chain includes a product that increases passive intermodulation by only 10 dB, this can reduce the capacity of the overall system by as much as 20%.
Low PIM for Bands up to 3800 MHz
SPINNER has pioneered the development of low PIM products. For over 20 years, we have been developing top-quality low PIM products for mobile communciations. We ensure ultra-low passive intermodulation with perfect designs, the right materials and our strong commitment to excellence in production. Our products help customers slash their costs (by reducing problems, repairs and maintenance) while permitting more efficient use of the overall mobile infrastructure.
Most of our products – including connectors, adaptors, jumpers, loads and attenuators – can already be used without problem at frequencies up to 3800 MHz.
All of the other products in our new mobile communications catalog that can be used at up to 3800 MHz are designated by the following logo:
All SPINNER components are naturally developed and produced for extremely low passive intermodulation to optimize RF transmission.